Distill A Local Bar
Distill A Local Bar

With six new taverns joining the local bar scene in 2019, Distill and Remedy’s rings in the New Year with an even biggerproperty-wide extravaganza. All eleven taverns will host their annual New Year’s Eve Bash on Tuesday, Dec. 31 at 9 p.m. with a live DJ spinning the best tunes, festive drink specials, party favors and a special champagne toast at midnight. For those looking to ditch the craziness of the Strip on New Year’s Eve, Distill and Remedy’s have eleven convenient locations for locals to choose from. The party is free and guests must be 21 years or older with valid ID.

New Year’s Eve festivities will take place at the following locations:

Distill Warm Springs – 7150 S. Durango Dr.

Distill Rainbow – 6945 S. Rainbow Blvd.

Distill Flamingo – 4140 S. Durango Dr.

Distill Decatur – 5750 S. Decatur Blvd.

Distill Am Pac – 1231 American Pacific Dr.

Distill Cheyenne – 7790 W. Cheyenne Ave.

Distill Summerlin – 10820 W. Charleston Blvd.

Distill Southern Highlands – 4830 W. Pyle Ave.

Distill Centennial Hills – 6430 N. Durango Dr.

Remedy’s St. Rose – 3265 St. Rose Pkwy.

Remedy’s Conestoga – 530 Conestoga Way

For those finding themselves rolling out of bed the next day, Distill and Remedy’s offers a full menu including Avocado Eggrolls filled with fresh avocado, sun dried tomatoes, red onions, cream cheese and a blend of herbs and spices; or the Pot Roast Eggrolls stuffed with slow-cooked pot roast tossed in homemade demi-glace, caramelized onions and mashed potatoes, fried golden to a crisp and served with horseradish cream. For a bigger cure for the hangover, opt for “The Cure,” popular among locals and critics alike and sure to fix any post celebratory ailments.  Featuring a handcrafted burger made from ground beef and ground pork, this tasty burger is stuffed with fontina cheese and topped with soy-marinated onions, jalapeno jelly, lettuce, tomato, spicy mayo and fried parsnips served on a brioche bun. Wash it all down with any of their specialty cocktails for $10 or keep the bubbly flowing with a traditional mimosa.

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